Redeeming Blog Piece of The Day: “Interiors”

This will be something new we’re starting here at Film-Cycle. So that people don’t think we’re being overly negative about everything, we want to showcase some of the positives that the internet has to offer as far as film blogging/journalism is concerned. Everyday, along with the most ridiculous news item we can find, we’ll show case a more ennobling piece about film from the blog-o-sphere. We figure that by giving these more undervalued resources a bigger showcase, we can help turn the tide against absent minded film blogging and make the internet a place where people can go to find out more about film than just the hottest new set photos and trailers from the latest superhero movie.

Our first entry in this endeavor will be an article from a great website called:

This is a great resource for those looking for a more serious, thoughtful analysis of movies that tend to be a little more obscure. The deal mostly with world, independent, and avant garde cinema, but you’ll occasionally find pieces on mainstream films as well. Whether you listen to the podcast they offer (hosted by the always excellent mike dawson) or read their articles you’ll always find something worth while. Here is nifty little piece they did about a very underrated Woody Allen Film. Enjoy.


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